chinese art

“Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China’s Silk Road,” a new exhibit at the Getty Center in Los Angeles, has been
Yuz Museum As the city of 30 million people continues to grow, art is becoming a fundamental part of the Shanghai culture
Through a Chinese friend, I had the luck to discover the remarkable "Dali Dreamstone" exhibition this week at TK Asian Antiquities in New York City.
Meyer and Brysac do a masterful job of contextualizing the frenzied collecting of Chinese art by Americans into the political, historical and social landscapes of the times. Like a story by Edith Wharton, it's a tale of intrigue, manners and colorful personalities.
"Feeding myself through writing made me fall in love with literature."
"If we don’t stop now and recognize these problems, then in the future, they will all come back to us.”
This elegantly installed exhibition is the first museum show of Marcia Hafif's works in her home state in 40 years. And looking at the informative, well-designed exhibition catalog, I gained a new level of understanding and appreciation of the artist's work.
ZH: I am working on oil paintings now. The creation of concrete ash paintings has ended with a huge historic work. I am doing
The placement of these artworks is disconcerting and, for the most part, brilliant. Viewing the modern work next to ancient artifacts from China and from neighboring countries with which it has had a volatile history, instantly rewires our brains.
Farmers in Shenyang, China, created these dazzling rice paddy images to pray for blessings, according to Imagine China. The
Most of the Chinese artists who attended his speech on the arts were older than Xi himself. Communication between such figures who use the old Communist Party language, and the most active population--now under 40 and with no firsthand experience of the Cultural Revolution -- is practically impossible.
For his "Security Check" series, Bolin sculpted a cast of his own body, raising his arms in a helpless fashion typical of
Twenty seven publishers in the U.S. and U.K. turned down my novel. The vast majority of rejections my literary agent received were surprisingly positive, but were knock-backs all the same.
As a result, the Stockamp-Tsai collection is built along museum principles, with works from every decade of Ai’s production
In her series "Make-Up Meets Chinese Art," the Malaysian artist uses foundation, lipstick, eyeshadow, mascara and more to